Senior Enlisted Leader
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam
Senior Chief Danielson, graduate from Sag Harbor High School New York, enlisted in the Marine Corps in August 1990. Upon completion of Machine Gunner Course School of Infantry, he served six years in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and completed four operational deployments. He later enlisted in the Navy in February 1999 where he completed Radioman-21 “A” School at Training Support Command Great Lakes, Illinois.
Upon graduation, he reported to USS BATAAN (LHD-5), serving as a Network Administrator. While assigned, he completed three operational tours and earned both his Surface/Air Warfare designations.
His next assignment was at the Center for Information Dominance Learning Site Great Lakes, Illinois as an Information Systems Technician “A” School Instructor. During his tour he completed an Individual Augmentee assignment as a Senior Network System Administrator for MNF-I. Senior Chief Danielson was designated Master Training Specialist.
Senior Chief Danielson volunteered for the establishment of Riverine Squadron One (RIVRONONE) located at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Virginia. He served as the Command’s Tactical Communications Chief in support of two operational deployments. He earned his Expeditionary Warfare designation and later transferred to Navy and Marine Corps Intranet Military Detachment Norfolk, Virginia following graduation from the Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 145 – Grey).
While serving as the Detachment Leading Chief Petty Officer and Training Officer, he transferred to US Fleet Forces Command serving as the Commander’s Flag Communicator. Senior Chief Danielson then reported to Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam as Operations Department Leading Chief Petty Officer. In June of 2013, Senior Chief Danielson assumed position of Senior Enlisted Leader for Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station Guam.